A Congolese railway officer in the United Kingdom has died of coronavirus after being spat at by a man who claimed he had COVID-19.
The 47-year-old worker at the Victoria station in London contracted the virus while at her work place when a man intentionally spat on her.
The man who said he had the coronavirus made it known and spat on the deceased Belly Mujinga and her colleague.
British Transport Police are searching for the man after making an inquiry into the case.
The husband of the 47 year old deceased Lusamba Gode Katalay has open up about the cause of her wife’s death.
“She told him she was working and the man said he had the virus and spat on her,”
The man spoke to the wife via a video call when she was hospitalized.
“I thought she might be asleep, but the doctor phoned me to tell me she had died,” he said.
“She was a good person, a good mother, and a good wife. She was a caring person and would take care of everybody.”
Mrs Mujinga was admitted to Barnet Hospital on 2 April and was put on a ventilator. But she died three days later, the Transport Salaried Staffs Association (TSSA)